Hotel Santa Fe
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... accent envy, I want kids that sound Mexican (maybe not look it though) just for kudos – “Hey, you met my Mexican son?”. Funniest thing I found about Huatulco was the lack of patriotism, not a single flag related item on sale in around the 80 tatt stores on shore, it’s like they were embarrassed. Not until later did I find out the town was pretty much made out of nothing purely for tourism; apparently Mexicans ...
... not been there ….we sure appreciated seeing his smiling face as we arrived late ; we had been through 2 time changes and been up for 19 hours by that stage. Kentucky is VERY green and the weather forecast for the week is not good. Started the day yesterday with Garry smiling from ear to ear driving his new silver Malibu left for us in Barb's garage by Junior and Debbie to drive while in the States.While we do love staying in ...
... and said he didn’t know what they were worth. I told him what they were worth vis a vis the US dollar and he said no. then he suggested I go to the ATM and take money out there.
After that exchange? I don’t think so … keep your stuff mate !
Back to the ship on a tender sitting opposite the Dep CD … Doug was next to the window and a boat with fishermen cruised by slowly. I thought they had a ...
We took part in the resorts complimentary New Year’s Eve party and observed a Destination Wedding. The resort did an excellent job and festivities at both were impressive. At the New Years Party, we sat with 2 lady friends and an adult son with his parents. We thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them and exchanging stories while celebrating our special night. The ladies had been college friends who were brought back together after each losing their husbands of 35 ...
... found that I was also keeping up a little better when Cameron or Mando spoke with the locals. That night, we hit the beach for the turtle release. As far as I can tell, some sort of official digs up the eggs, discards the shells and places the baby turtles onto a bin. The tourists swarm the scene, so I stayed back and waited until the official began handing out the tortugas. There were so many turtles, I was able to get 4 of them to hold, inspect and ultimately release. ...